Ceramiche Caesar at “La Ceramica e il Progetto 2019”

Two important awards for Elmas railway station and Hotel CampZero project

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Ceramiche Caesar at “La Ceramica e il Progetto 2019”
12/07/2019 - Two projects, two awards and one significant result: Caesar porcelain stoneware takes centre stage with two creations in the “La Ceramica e il Progetto 2019” contest, arranged by Confindustria Ceramica and Cersaie for the eighth consecutive year with the aim of acknowledging the best architectonic references created in Italy with Made in Italy tiles. Elmas_Ceramiche Caesar

Elmas_Ceramiche Caesar

The restructuring of the Elmas railway station in Sardinia, a project steered by architect Marco Tradori, has been selected as the winner in the “Institutional” category thanks to the very high quality performance of its products and its ability to retain a strong aesthetic link with the local area, reflecting the warm tones of Sardinia in a contemporary way. In this regard, the versatility typical of Caesar ceramics proved essential as, with its wide range of products, the company knew exactly how to offer the right solution, combining outstanding beauty, naturalness and functionality.
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Elmas_Ceramiche Caesar

The station’s façade is clad with 30x120 cm porcelain stoneware from the More series. The alternating of three different natural tones – Nylus, Iridium, Lux - makes for a “pixel effect” that recalls that of the area’s typical sedimentary rock, deriving from loam and sediment in the nearby Santa Gilla basin and solidified with the passing of geological eras. The same influence and series is also harnessed for the flooring of the station that, dressed in the colours of Nylus, in its 30x60 cm size, ensures a very appealing overall result that is both coherent and natural.
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Elmas_Ceramiche Caesar

Important recognition has also been given to the Hotel CampZero project in Champoluc, (AO), Valle D’Aosta, which has received a special mention in the “Commercial” category. In seeking materials with a simple style yet rich in energy, the BLADIDEA architectural studio found Caesar to be the ideal partner with which to elegantly and functionally clad the structure’s hall, rooms, bathrooms, pools, ski room, service spaces and much more besides, exploiting the vast range of looks and sizes offered by the made in Italy porcelain stoneware collections.
Hotel CampZero_Ceramiche Caesar

Hotel CampZero_Ceramiche Caesar

The prize-giving took place on 2 July at the Stazione Marittima in Salerno, following careful deliberation by the jury, which comprised architect Mario Cucinella, Professor Fulvio Irace, Aldo Colonetti and Cristina Faedi from Confindustria Ceramica.

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